About the Hermannsburg School
Welcome to the Hermannsburg School. This website was launched in 2002 as a dedication to the Hermannsburg School of Art.
My interest in Hermannsbug art began after I acquired a watercolour by Walter Ebatarinja, one of Namatjiras close proteges. In 2014/15 I established Ghost Gum Gallery in Alice Springs. For me the gallery provided an opportunity to meet local artists and to make contact with fellow art enthusiasts. Some of my regulars included the current generation of Hermannsburg painters and historians like the legendary Mr Dick Kimber!
I no longer trade in art but my enthusiasm for Hermannsburg art is as strong as ever.
If you have any history to share about your Hermannsburg art or artists please add it to the guestbook!
Christopher Harold Hunter
Ghost Gum Gallery
The Ghost Gum
Selling Aboriginal Art?
Please contact me via the enquiries form above if you are interested selling Aboriginal art or artifacts.
Hermannsburg Historic Precinct Visit Hermannsburg and buy artwork online
Ngurratjuta Many Hands Art Centre Home of the Namatjira watercolour artists
Artists Footsteps Biographical & image resource for Albert Namatjira
Seeing The Centre The art of Albert Namatjira 1902-1959 2002/2003 Traveling exhibition by national gallery of australia
Acknowledgments: Private Collectors, Modern Australian Aboriginal Art by Rex Battarbee, Namatjira wanderer between two worlds by Joyce Batty, The Art of Albert Namatjira by C P Mountford, Albert Namatjira 1902-1959 by Andrew Mackenzie, The Heritage of Namatjira by Jane Hardy, J V S Megaw & M R Megaw, The Red Centre by Jenny Stanton, Aboriginal Art by Wally Caruana. Hermannsburg, A Vision And A Mission. Journey to Horseshoe Bent (Strehlow Research Centre), The Feathered Serpent by Roland Robinson. the town grew up dancing, Wenten Rubuntja.